I received complimentary Frontier Soup Homemade in Minutes products as part of my participation as a Moms Meet blogger.
Frontier Soup Homemade in Minutes are dry soup mixes. The ingredients in Frontier Soup Homemade in Minutes mixes are all natural. There is no added salt, preservatives, or MSG. Seriously, the ingredients list on the packages are simple and include recognizable food and spices!
There are recipes on each soup package that include what to add to make the soup. You’ll always add your own broth. The kind of broth and additional ingredients depend on the soup, of course. For example, cream, tomato paste, and brown sugar are added along with broth to the creamy Mississippi Delta Tomato Basil Soup. For West Coast Kale and Quinoa, a can of diced tomatoes and cubed butternut squash (fresh or frozen) is added to the soup mix and broth. Variations on the suggested recipes are also included on the package.
These soup mixes are fantastic! Overall, my family’s favorites were the Little Schoolhouse Alphabet Soup and the Connecticut Cottage Chicken Noodle Soup Mix. (I loved all the soups I tried, but these two had nothing that offended picky eaters.) Chicken breast is added to both these mixes. We used rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. The soup was easy to prepare, and it was definitely tasty. It’s a hearty soup.
Soup can certainly be made from scratch, but Frontier Soup mixes make it so quick and easy to have homemade soup. Many of the soups are ready in under thirty minutes! I was surprised at how flavorful the soups are in less than half an hour and not hours of simmering.
The mixes are available at Whole Foods, The Fresh Market, Kroger Natural Stores, Central Market in Texas, Great Harvest Bread Stores, Omaha Steaks, Braum’s Fresh Markets and 1500 other independent and specialty stores across the country, and in Canada at Sobey’s and Whole Foods. Products are also available online at Frontier Soups, Abe’s Market and Amazon.
Many of the mixes run $6-7 each. Plus, you have to consider that you have to add additional ingredients. The price for the mix seems kind of pricey. You pay for the quality and convenience of the mix. But, this price is comparable to other mixes I have seen in specialty stores and in fundraising catalogs, especially given the quality ingredients used by Frontier Soups. Price per unit also goes down when you buy multipacks, which are available online. Plus, the mixes make a lot of soup. It’s more than you get in a can, and cans run $1-3. I also found that the soups freeze well.
I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms MeetSM program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms MeetsSM blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of the product.